Designed by Italian firm Act Romegialli Architects, Green Box is a small camouflaged garage for a private residence situated on the Raethian Alps. While the interior is organized into a gardening room, cooking area, and a small dining/hang out space, it’s the exterior that makes this contemporary hobbit home pretty remarkable. The architects created a [...]
With his photographic series “Things Come Apart & Disassembly Series,” Todd McLellan dismantles objects and pieces of machinery, like this bike, to reveal the hidden beauty within. The stunning visual creations will be published in a book, to be brought out by Thames & Hudson later this month. But you can check out more by [...]
Trapped in Suburbia has produced a new interactive print, Sounds Poster 1.0, that you can play like an instrument. The poster is the “first design in a series of ‘analogue meets digital’ experiments.” The user places one finger on a tab at the bottom of the poster and then can move the other hand over [...]
What would happen to our cities if humans suddenly disappeared? Stockholm-based artist and set designer Johanna Mårtensson set out to recreate that scenario by erecting a model cityscape made out of bread, and documenting the naturally slow process of decay every day for six months. Speaking about the project Johanna says, “I was inspired by [...]
Inspired by astronomy, quantum physics, scientific theories, and the expansion of consciousness – oh and yeah, we spotted it Roseline, the transportation systems from Star Trek – Roseline de Thélin has been creating art with light for over 15 years. This series, called “The Homos Luminosos”, features a family of light beings that represent life, [...]
Abigail Goldman is obsessed with the darker side of life. So much so she has created these miniature crime scene displays, playfully titled Die-o-ramas. These little boxes of horror feature seemingly ordinary scenes of people enjoying themselves while somewhere else in this tranquil scene, a grizzly murder has been committed. Click the pic to see [...]
Sometimes text can do the work of a thousand thoughts in one sentence. For ten months artist Mikko Kuorinki formed one new text on the wall of Kiasma museum every week, using text passages of different authors such as Mitch Hedberg, Elias Canetti or Joe Brainard. Click the pic to see more.
Branding Terror looks at 60 organisations from al-Quaeda to the Tamil Tigers and combines Francesco’s creative direction expertise with Artur’s experience as a counterterrorism analyst for the United Nations. They say: “Branding Terror does not seek to make any political statements; rather, it offers insight into an understudied area of counterintelligence, and provides an original [...]
Designer Meg Jannott has gone through 44 presidents and painstakingly re-created a unique typographic brand identity for each one. The project, started last year, only got through the first 22, but the prolific brand creator is back to finish them off. Click the pic to see them all.
Italian artist Francesco Romoli creates mysterious dioramas constructed out of cardboard, incorporating light and shadow to produce a very dramatic atmosphere. Each diorama is constructed specifically to be photographed. Like filmmaking all staging and lighting is done looking through the lens. Once photographed the dioramas are then digitally manipulated to add solitary figures wandering through [...]